Treatibles to debut extra-strength CBD supplements at SuperZoo

NASHVILLE, TENN. — Treatibles announced July 22 plans to expand its extra strength portfolio, adding Hard Chews for Dogs with 10 mgs of CBD, Soft Chewables for Dogs with 7 mgs of CBD, and Soft Chewables for Cats with 3 mgs of CBD.

The company will debut these three new products at SuperZoo 2021, slated for Aug. 17 to 19 in Las Vegas.

The new extra strength CBD supplements are designed for pets needing added support for anxiety or discomfort. The Extra Strength Hard Chews for Dogs are formulated with 10 mgs of organic, full-spectrum hemp CBD extract and fortified with turmeric and sweet potato flavor.

The new Extra Strength Soft Chewables for both dogs and cats cater to senior pets or those who prefer softer treats. They are salmon-flavored, heart-shaped, and formulated to be crumble-resistant.

“As an industry leader and early pioneer in the CBD for pets space, we are dedicated to constant innovation,” said Julianna Carella, founder and chief executive officer of Treatibles. “When we introduced our Extra Strength Peanut Butter flavor oil dropper bottles in the spring, the response was telling – pet parents had been seeking higher potency products for their pets. Many expressed interest in Chews and Chewables, so we went into overdrive. Our TreatiPet taste testers (dogs and cats of our staff) really enjoyed the new products. We are thrilled with the results and are excited about offering added support to help current and future customers.”

Treatibles promotes its full-spectrum hemp CBD pet supplements for animals that would benefit from anxiety and stress relief, mobility, digestion, immune system and anti-inflammatory support.

Read more about new pet food and treat products.

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